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I think Tom goes to Australia at least once a year.
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I suspect that Tom has already left for Australia.
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I suspect Tom and Mary went to Australia together.
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I suspect that Tom and Mary have gone to Australia.
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I suspect Tom and Mary have already left Australia.
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Did you know that Tom isn't really from Australia?
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Did you know Tom used to teach French in Australia?
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I wish that we could go to Australia and visit Tom.
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I wish Tom would stay in Australia until Christmas.
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I wish that Tom had stayed in Australia all summer.
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I told Tom he shouldn't go to Australia with Mary.
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I told Tom that I'd stay in Australia until Monday.
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I thought that Tom was going to Australia with you.
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I thought Tom was having a good time in Australia.
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I thought that Tom was supposed to be in Australia.
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I thought that Tom would be in Australia on Monday.
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I thought that Tom would be returning to Australia.
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I thought that Tom would go to Australia with Mary.
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I sure hope that Tom goes to Australia next month.
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I sure hope that Tom comes to Australia in October.
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I understand that Tom is leaving Australia tonight.
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I should probably tell Tom I'm going to Australia.
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I should tell Tom I won't go to Australia with him.
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I overheard Tom saying he was moving to Australia.
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I knew that you'd want to go to Australia with Tom.
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I knew that you wouldn't go to Australia with Tom.
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I knew Tom would want to go to Australia with Mary.
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I hope that Tom doesn't have to move to Australia.
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I hope that Tom doesn't go to Australia with Mary.
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I heard that Tom wanted to go to Australia with us.
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I heard that Tom doesn't live in Australia anymore.
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I know for sure Tom moved to Australia a year ago.
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I just heard Tom and Mary are moving to Australia.
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This picture of Tom was taken in Boston last year.
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Tom went to Boston. Everyone else went to Chicago.
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Tom went to Boston. Everybody else went to Chicago.
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I forgot to tell Tom that I couldn't speak French.
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I think that you shouldn't have done that with Tom.
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I didn't think Tom would ever come back to Boston.
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Tom didn't stay in Boston for as long as he wanted.
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Tom didn't stay in Boston as long as he wanted to.
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I suspect both Tom and Mary have houses in Boston.
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Tom and Mary have both apparently lived in Boston.
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Both Tom and Mary have apparently lived in Boston.
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Tom and Mary apparently have both lived in Boston.
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I think that Tom doesn't know how to speak French.
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I think that Tom can understand French fairly well.
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I thought that you said that you didn't trust Tom.
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I thought that you were supposed to be helping Tom.
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I thought that you weren't supposed to talk to Tom.
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I thought that you'd speak French better than Tom.
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I thought that you'd want to go to Boston with Tom.
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I thought that the guy you were talking to was Tom.
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I thought that you knew Tom couldn't speak French.
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I thought that it might be too early to visit Tom.
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Tom thought he should go to Boston to be with Mary.
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Tom thinks that he's the best French teacher here.
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Tom thinks that he's the best French speaker here.
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Tom thinks that he speaks French better than Mary.
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Tom said that Mary wasn't good at speaking French.
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Tom said that Mary didn't know how to speak French.
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Tom said that everyone in his office speaks French.
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Tom admitted he couldn't really understand French.
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Tom admitted he had never actually been to Boston.
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The last time I went to Australia, I went with Tom.
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I'll always remember the first time that I saw Tom.
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I'm sorry that you didn't get a chance to meet Tom.
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I'm glad you were able to go to Australia with Tom.
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I think that Tom got back to Australia in October.
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Does Tom still think he'll be in Boston all summer?
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Tom took Mary's hands and brought them to his lips.
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Tom thinks Mary doesn't know John can speak French.
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Tom says he'll study French with Mary this evening.
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Tom said he thought it might happen in Boston, too.
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Tom said that he doesn't know how to speak French.
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If you think Tom is still in Boston, you're wrong.
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Tom is the president of a small company in Boston.
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Tom asked me if I wanted to go to Boston with Mary.
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Tom asked me to help Mary with her French homework.
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Tom is planning on staying in Boston until October.
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Tom likes reading science fiction novels in French.
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Tom went to Boston to study mechanical engineering.
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When was the last time you went to Boston with Tom?
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Tom was sitting at home in his pajamas watching TV.
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Mary was the prettiest girl that Tom had ever seen.
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Tom has a souvenir magnet of Boston on his fridge.
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Tom quickly discovered that Mary's accent was fake.
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Tom and Mary both lay down in the grass, exhausted.
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Tom and Mary both lay down on the grass, exhausted.
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Tom lay down in the grass and looked at the stars.
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Tom and Mary are thinking about starting a family.
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Doesn't anyone have anything nice to say about Tom?
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I think you do need to hire someone other than Tom.
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I don't think Tom knows Mary can understand French.
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Tom told everybody that Mary couldn't speak French.
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Tom understands French better than he can speak it.
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Tom didn't know that Mary didn't understand French.
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Tom and Mary are both studying French, aren't they?
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Tom may be staying with his grandparents in Boston.
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I wonder whether Tom wants to go to Boston with us.